Lab 6 - Kevin Bulvanoski Lab #6 Lab 6: Implicit Versus...

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Kevin Bulvanoski Lab #6 Lab 6: Implicit Versus Explicit Attitudes Explicit memory refers to the intentional recollection of experiences, or the experiences one can consciously recall. Implicit memories are those that do not require intentional recall. The terms have recently been applied to attitudes and beliefs to describe the difference between explicit attitudes, or attitudes one is consciously aware of, and implicit attitudes, which are attitudes we are not aware of that also shape our choices and behaviors. The Implicit Attitude Test is the most commonly used tool to detect disparities between implicit and explicit attitudes. We will use a web-based version of the Implicit Attitude Test, “Project Implicit,” to discover the difference between our explicit attitudes and our implicit attitudes. My research question is to discover my implicit attitudes and associations between gender and fields of study. More specifically if I implicitly associate male or female with science or liberal arts. Methods
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Lab 6 - Kevin Bulvanoski Lab #6 Lab 6: Implicit Versus...

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